Delamination

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Delamination (Biol) Formation and separation of laminæ or layers; one of the methods by which the various blastodermic layers of the ovum are differentiated.☞ This process consists of a concentric splitting of the cells of the blastosphere into an outer layer (epiblast) and an inner layer (hypoblast). By the perforation of the resultant two-walled vesicle, a gastrula results similar to that formed by the process of invagination.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n delamination A splitting apart in layers; a laminar dehiscence: a term specifically applied in embryology to the splitting of a primitively single-layered blastoderm into two layers of cells, thus producing a two-layered germ without invagination, embolism, or proper gastrulation.
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Usage

In literature:

Delamination: the splitting or division into layers.
"Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology" by John. B. Smith
It arises, however, by delamination from the ectoderm, the tube being a secondary acquisition.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 3" by Various
The germ-layer formation is always by immigration or delamination, never by invagination.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 2" by Various
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In news:

It provides edge-to-edge polarization and optical clarity, which will not delaminate, peel or fade.
The UniMax Adapter's high-impact molded design protects the evaporator from damage, and helps extend the life of the chute by reducing "fluttering," which lessens chute delamination and the need to frequently replace chutes .
Tri-layer Co-Extrusion Process Ensures No Delamination Between Layers.
Recent recalls have contributed to the pharmaceutical industry?s heightened awareness of glass delamination (i.e.
However, after exposure outdoors, much of the paint delaminated and severe corrosion occurred.
These tufted rugs can lose a lot of dimensional stability at best and delaminate at worst.
Any subsequent thermal cycling may cause these areas to delaminate or ' blister .
Boondocking, delamination, flat towing, gross combination weight rating, inverter, supplemental braking, 12-volt electrical system, wheelbase.
0BridgeGuard scans bridges for delamination.
Plate For PVC Roof systems designed to distribute stress along membrane seams and improve splice delamination strength in mechanically fastened PVC roof systems.
The lowdown on "DVD rot ," and a look at delamination, hub cracks, and other problems that can render your discs unplayable.
Traditional Spun Leaf Striping in traditional sizes or made to you specifications 23K, Imitation Gold and Silver Leaf, reflective and vinyl, guaranteed not to tarnish, fade or delaminate for 10 years.
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In science:

At larger forces the samples suffer from partial delamination and are irreversibly damaged.
A Lightweight Field Cage for a Large TPC Prototype for the ILC
The second sample suffers from first damage at forces of about 120 N (partial delamination).
A Lightweight Field Cage for a Large TPC Prototype for the ILC
Slipping (called fiber-matrix delamination) and cracking can thus occur in the over-layer.
The critical earthquake concept applied to mine rockbursts with time-to-failure analysis
Power-up/power-down cycles can cause cracks in nuclear power plant heat exchanger tubes and turbine generator components. • Temperature cycling can lead to delamination in inkjet printhead components.
A Review of Accelerated Test Models
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